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A few years back I fell down the YouTube rabbit hole of the Planner Community. The Bullet Journal was becoming a thing, and I was recognizing that I needed to up my organization and productivity game since I had taken on a new position in my career and needed to have a better system in place. I was overwhelmed with color-coding, washi tape, stickers, and all the different binders and folios…

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Amanda Mae

Amanda Mae

Amanda Mae is a librarian who has lived in too many states and enjoys anything involving books, history, and productivity.

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